Worldwide, gastrointestinal diseases and diarrhea have a major impact on human health, animal welfare and food security.
Alongside our global collaborators and the gastroenterology group at the College of Veterinary Medicine, we are studying the gastrointestinal barrier, infectious pathogens and microbiome to protect against gastrointestinal diseases in humans and animals.
Mechanisms of intestinal injury and repair in porcine heat stress.
Novel non-antimicrobial treatment for enteric salmonellosis.
Modulation of reserve stem cells in regeneration of ischemic-injured intestine.
Protecting kittens from infectious diarrhea using a commensal member of their own microbiota.
Impact of antimicrobial concentrations in the gastrointestinal tract of cattle on AMR in enteric bacteria.
Targeted restoration of colonization resistance against Clostridioides difficile in the GI tract.
National Animal Health Monitoring System – Goat Fecal Pathogen Testing 2019.
Exploring the therapeutic potential of bile acid manipulation to treat metabolic disorders.